Kim was raised by his grandparents, the belated Mr. & Mrs Jerard Brasseaux, (his given surname) in the small farming community of Henry, Louisiana. His musical legacy is no secret...His father, the late Larry Brasso, was Acadiana's King of Country and Western Music for over 35 years

Larry Brasso

At age 15, Kim began playing drums
in a rock n' roll band called "Promiseland"

His musical interests soon changed and he later formed a country-rock band, mixing the genre with swamp-pop and fifties sounds. In 1983, he formed the Wild Rice Band and soon became a top draw at regional festivals. The group also became spokesperson for the Mahatma and Water Maid Rice Co. and appeared in their radio and TV ad campaign.

Kim Brasso Enterprises began in 2000 and has become one of the most professional full-service sound companies used by festivals and clubs all along the gulf coast. This past year, he put together his best band yet, Louisiana Boogie, and can now provide exciting entertainment, as well as audio, lighting and backline needs which are all economically sound. And like his father before him, Kim has recently released his debut CD "BAYOU ROCK N" ROLL", a Louisiana Swamp Pop experience...